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Martina Hingis Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Martina Hingis Quick Info
Height 5 ft 7 in
Weight 59 kg
Date of Birth September 30, 1980
Zodiac Sign Libra
Eye Color Blue

Martina Hingis is a Swiss former professional tennis player who is best known for being the first Swiss player, to win a major title and attain a world No. 1 ranking. She has participated in a variety of tournaments such as the WTA Tour Championship, Hopman Cup, Australian Open, Pacific Life Open, Toray Pan Pacific Open, German Open, US Open, Qatar Ladies Open, Champions Tennis League India, Family Circle Cup, Miami Open, Fed Cup, and many more. She has been sponsored by brands like Yonex, Adidas, and Sergio Tacchini. During the course of her career, Martina has been the recipient of honors like the Laureus World Sports Award for “Comeback of the Year”.

Born Name

Martina Hingisová Molitor

Nick Name

The Swiss Miss

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Sun Sign


Born Place

Košice, Czechoslovakia (now in Slovakia)


Feusisberg, Switzerland




Professional tennis player


  • Father – Karol Hingis (Accomplished Tennis Player)
  • Mother – Melanie Molitorová (Accomplished Tennis Player)
  • Others – Andreas Zogg (Stepfather) (Computer Technician)



Turned Pro

October 1994


Right-handed (Two-handed backhand)




5 ft 7 in or 170 cm


59 kg or 130 pounds

Boyfriend / Spouse

Martina Hingis dated –

  1. Sergio Garcia – Spanish golfer, Sergio Garcia and Martina were romantically linked to each other in the past.
  2. Jacques Villeneuve – She had a fling with Canadian auto racing driver, Jacques Villeneuve in the past.
  3. Magnus Norman (2000) – Retired Swedish professional tennis player, Magnus Norman and Martina were an item in 2000.
  4. Julián Alonso – She also dated retired Spanish tennis player, Julián Alonso.
  5. Ivo Heuberger – Martina has previously dated a retired Swiss tennis player, Ivo Heuberger.
  6. Sol Campbell (2005-2006) – For a couple of months, from 2005 to 2006, she dated former England international footballer, Sol Campbell.
  7. Radek Stepanek (2006-2007) – In December 2006, Martina engaged Czech Republic professional tennis player, Radek Stepanek. But, the engagement was called off in August 2007.
  8. Alexander Onischenko (2007) – Briefly in October 2007, she dated 10 years her senior, Alexander Onischenko, a Ukrainian personality.
  9. Andreas Bieri (2010) – From March 2010 to August 2010, Andreas Bieri and Martina dated each other. They were also engaged during this time.
  10. Thibault Hutin (2010-2013) – In April 2010, she started dating French equestrian show jumper, Thibault Hutin. On December 10, 2010, the couple married each other. They split in early 2013 which was revealed later in July 2013 in an interview with Swiss newspaper.
  11. David Tosas Ros – She started dating a Spanish person, David Tosas Ros in May 2013. Martina was signed with Octagon (management company) and David worked in the Barcelona branch of the same company. The couple broke up after some time.
  12. Harald Leemann – She later started dating sports physician Harald Leemann. The couple got married on July 20, 2018, in Switzerland. In September 2018, they announced that they were expecting their first child together. They welcomed a baby girl named Lia on February 26, 2019.
Martina Hingis and Thibault Hutin
Martina Hingis and Thibault Hutin

Race / Ethnicity


Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color


Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

Toothy smile

Brand Endorsements

She has endorsed Asian Direct Selling Company, QNET.

Martina was the spokesperson for Sergio Tacchini, a sportswear company.

From 1999 to 2008, she was sponsored by Adidas. Then, Yonex started sponsoring her for shoes and racquets.

She has been seen in commercials for Sanex, Tonic Apparel, etc.

In 2001, she appeared in American Express credit card print ads.

Martina Hingis at 2015 Rogers Cup in Toronto - Day 4
Martina Hingis at the 2015 Rogers Cup in Toronto – Day 4



Best Known For

Playing tennis internationally and achieving world ranking #1 in both singles and doubles formats.

As per WTA, she again achieved her world ranking of #1 in doubles on January 18, 2016, after March 2000.

First Tennis Match

Martina played her first-ever professional tennis match in October 1994. She finished that year in the #87 ranking.

First Film

She first appeared in a short sports movie Martina II as herself in 1997.

In 2005, she again appeared in the sports movie Record Breakers as herself.

First Grand Slam Singles Wins

Martina won her singles Grand Slam titles for the first time in the years –

  • Australian Open – 1997
  • French Open – None
  • Wimbledon – 1997
  • US Open – 1997

Personal Trainer

She eats healthily and does horse riding a lot to stay fit. Eating in moderation is her key to stay fit. She eats almost everything like fish, pasta, veggies, meat, salads, steak, etc. She also loves Japanese food. Martina eats red meat once or twice a week.

Chocolate fudge cake with vanilla ice cream is one of her favorite desserts, but she eats it occasionally. Hingis made a rule not to eat carbs after 2 PM.

She also enjoys drinking a glass of champagne daily apart from chocolate.

To relax herself, she opts to have massages and physiotherapy.

Jogging on the beach or forest gives her the best ideas. So, she regularly goes for a fast walk or a jog.

Martina Hingis Favorite Things

  • Food – Chocolate
  • Place To Compete In Tennis – Australia
  • Hotel – Burj Al Arab in Dubai
  • Airlines – Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Emirates

SourceExpress, Telegraph

Martina Hingis at 2016 Roland Garros
Martina Hingis at 2016 Roland Garros (si.robi / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Martina Hingis Facts

  1. Martina was born in Czechoslovakia, but she plays tennis representing Switzerland.
  2. The highest ranking (both in singles and doubles) she has ever achieved is #1.
  3. Martina was elected into the “International Tennis Hall of Fame” in 2013. In 2015, she was chosen as the first-ever Global Ambassador for the organization.
  4. When Martina was 6, her parents divorced. Due to this, she relocated to Trübbach, Switzerland from Czechoslovakia at the age of 7 with her mom.
  5. At 2, she started playing tennis.
  6. At the age of 4, she was seen participating in her first-ever tennis tournament.
  7. When she won the Grand Slam junior title at the age of 12 (in 1993), she became the youngest player to win such a title.
  8. She became a Swiss citizen after her mom married a Swiss man. This was her mom’s second marriage.
  9. She is able to speak five languages – Czech, English, French, Swiss-German, and Standard German.
  10. She took hiatus from world tennis from 2002 to 2005, and then from 2007 to 2013.
  11. At 11, Hingis started horse riding. She also loves skiing and can’t live without it.
  12. She is an active traveler, but not good at waiting.

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